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Uncompromising quality audio connectors for a compromising price

Connectors have in general one interesting feature – there are many similar or almost the same connectors on the market. Audio connectors are not exception in this. Even though they look the same, many times there are huge differences in price and mainly in quality. If we supposed, that every producer designs and makes his …

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How to: Use Arduino to Generate Glitchy Audio VGA Visuals

This post is a guide for people that are interested in my previous posts about dual monitor VGA hacking (see 1, 2 and 3). You will need: • A laptop or a computer with a VGA output • A breadboard (optional) and some wires or a strip board for soldering • Wire and breadboard jumpers …

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Microsemi expands audio DSPs

Microsemi has announced a family of DSP chips. Called Timberwolf, it is described as a third-generation DSP architecture designed with a proprietary 4 MAC core, dedicated hardware accelerators, and two independent 16bit DACs in 64pin QFN and 56pin 3×3 CSP packages. “This field upgradable DSP platform, when combined with algorithmic firmware, can enable beam forming, …

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Representing audio through vibration with Arduino

This project functions to display sound using vibration.  You plug your iPod, computer, or TV into it and get tactile feedback representing the loudness of the audio.  It can help deaf people to experience sound. Stuff you need: Arduino USB Cable Computer running Arduino software (www.arduino.cc/download/) Breadboard LEDs Pager Motors Three 100K resistors Six 220uF resistors …

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